Lucayan National Park
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Lucayan National Park is a large area of Freeport's Pine Forest that feature of a variety of natural habitats located in one area. The parks entrance is an unassuming gravel parking lot with signs describing the wooded area and two popular underwater caves. Across the street from the caves are long…
Walking trails, visit the caves; cross the boardwalk to get to a beautiful beach; birdwatch, kayak...
Great tours! Snorkelings, see the caves, kayak through the mangroves and out to the beach! A must see!
Some of the best beaches at low tide. They have great kayak tour that is worth going on through Nature Tours. Largest underground fresh water system in the world along with Australia.
Visit the immense underwater caves that supply our drinking water, then stroll along well-kept walkways to sample foliage, bird and water life on the way to stunning Gold Rock Beach, where you can relax by the ocean.
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“Authentic Greek dishes served all day, fabulous coffee shop with gourmet pastries, located in the heart of Lucaya.”
- Door 2 locals aangeraden
“Popular bar & restaurant right on the beach. Fresh drinks and seafood apps/meals, can eat inside or on patios overlooking the beach. A favorite gathering place for locals and expats.”
- Door 3 locals aangeraden
“Nature at its best; bird watching, turtles, ducks, nice walking trail, authentic artistry and Bahamian arts and crafts; feed the fish; dining at the Garden Cafe.”
- Door 12 locals aangeraden
“Lovely upscale restaurant in Lucaya. Gourmet meals and great views of the waterfront.”
- Door 6 locals aangeraden